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Proposal to purchase Twitter for Three oreos and a Cat Tree: By Changeling and #ChatGPT

“Hello Mr. Musk,

I hope this email finds you well. As an entrepreneur and business leader, I understand the value of unconventional and creative thinking when it comes to making business decisions. That’s why I wanted to reach out to you with a unique proposal that I believe could bring tremendous value to your company.

I recently had the opportunity to purchase the soul of a struggling pop artist for the low price of two cokes and a Chromebook. I’m sure you can imagine how tempting it was to take this opportunity, as this artist is one of the most famous people of 2022 and their soul could potentially be worth a great deal.

Since completing this transaction, our company has seen a significant increase in profits. In the first month alone, we saw a profit increase of 25% due to the publicity and buzz generated by the story of how we were able to purchase the soul of a famous artist for such a low price. This has helped to boost our brand awareness and reputation, leading to increased sales and revenue.

I believe that there is potential for a similar opportunity with Twitter. While I understand that your company may not be interested in purchasing souls, I believe that selling Twitter for three Oreos and a cat tree could potentially bring similar benefits in terms of publicity and buzz. This could be a unique and memorable transaction that would make a lasting impression in the world of business and bring tremendous value to your company in terms of brand awareness and reputation.

I understand that you may have concerns about the practicality of this proposal, and I am more than happy to address any questions or objections you may have. However, I hope that I have been able to convince you of the potential value and benefits of selling Twitter for three Oreos and a cat tree based on the specific profit figures we have seen as a result of buying the artist’s soul.

Thank you for considering my proposal.

Sincerely,
Changeling

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